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By Baxley, Susan M.; Ibitayo, Kristina S.; Bond, Mary Lou

The focal point of this ebook is mentoring inside of academic and healthiness care settings, the place nursing scholars nurses needs to find out how to investigate and negotiate a number of structures. getting into a brand new procedure, if it is a tutorial surroundings or a future health care surroundings, is conceptualized as a brand new tradition. This booklet discusses numerous views of mentoring, and, because the person reader displays upon the  Read more...

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2010). Mentoring: Making the transition from mentee to mentor. Circulation, 121, 336–340. , Tobel, D. , & Mistiaen, W. (2011). Mentoring in nursing education: Perceived characteristics of mentors and the consequences of mentorship. Nurse Education Today, 31, 274–278. 1016/j. 022 Jakubik, L. D. (2008). Mentoring beyond the first year: Predictors of mentoring benefits for pediatric staff nurse protégés. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 23(4), 269–281. 001 Jakubik, L. D, Eliades, A. , Gavriloff, C. , & Weese, M.

Nurses have come a long way in their knowledge of mentoring since the mid 1970’s, when the word mentor was absent from the profession’s vocabulary. Our voices about mentoring were silent, albeit we engaged in preceptoring and role modeling for professional development. The first formal investigation of mentoring in nursing was conducted with contemporary leaders, known as “nurse influentials” (Vance, 1977), and there were some surprises. In spite of the scarcity of formal mentoring in the profession, these nursing leaders asserted that they had indeed received substantial mentoring assistance from various sources throughout their productive careers.

Zey, M. G. (1991). The mentor connection. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Chapter 2 How Systems Work: Essential Information for Global Mentors Paulette Burns Individuals experience systems every day. Such terms as the health care system, the higher education system, the cardiovascular system, and the family system are used in everyday language. Systems are generally recognized and understood by the patterns they exhibit. For example, family systems have many of the same elements but differ greatly in how family members interact with one another, the number and types of family members, the developmental stage of the family, the family communication patterns, goals of the family, family boundaries, values held by the family, and a variety of other variables.

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